Death Railway survivors want their stories told


Chandrasegar showing the type of railway goods car that was used by the Japanese to transport prisoners of war to work on the Death Railway.

DEATH Railway survivors and their next of kin want a place in the national history books and a monument for the cause to be built in Kuala Lumpur.

Death Railway Interest Group (DRIG) chairman Chandrasegar Ponnusamy expressed disappointment that not much importance or mention was given to Asians, much less those from then Malaya, although they formed 80% of the workforce.

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